USA, 1995, dir. Peter Horton
A story that shows us the importance of support and a genuine commitment to one’s goals, especially when that goal is the life of a dear friend. A boy named Dexter is terminally ill. Determined to help him, Eric tries to find a cure on his own. At first he “cures” Dexter with chocolates, and then, after watching “The Healer” with Sean Connery, he makes decoctions from all the plants in a row. One day, they come across an article about a doctor from New Orleans who can cure Dexter. Soon, the friends decide to drop everything, find a boat and take the Mississippi River to New Orleans.
USA, 1993, dir. David Evans
A hilarious movie about serious things that will help viewers not only believe in themselves but also show how a feud can turn into a strong friendship. The plot of the tape introduces the boy, Scotty, who has just moved to a new place. He is a “nerd,” but he loves baseball, but can not play. However, it is very difficult for him to make friends with the neighborhood boys, who make fun of him from time to time. But a neighbor’s boy, Benny, the undoubted leader of the group of boys and the best player, gives Scotty a chance to prove himself. In the course of training, the children become friends with someone who was only yesterday called a loser.
“The Wizard of Oz.”
USA, 1939, dir. Victor Fleming
The story of Dorothy’s journey to the fairy-tale land of Oz is familiar to everyone from their childhood. Once there, she meets a straw-stuffed scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion. With her new friends, Dorothy searches for the way to the Emerald City, where a kind wizard rules. The girl believes that he will help her return home and that her companions will make their most cherished wishes come true. We suggest you have fun in this company and together overcome all the obstacles on the way to your cherished goals. By the way, this film demonstrates the technical miracle of that time-the appearance of color in movies.